Ramaphosa has received a mixed reception while campaigning in Tshwane’s neighbourhoods while on a campaign trail
Protests over councillor selections followed Ramaphosa as he stopped to tell crowds of voters in Mabopane and Ga-Rankuwa that they must vote ANC.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters were also out campaigning and putting up posters along the route travelled by the presidential cavalcade.
One woman in an ANC t-shirt said she would rather vote for the EFF.
Ramaphosa started his speeches by telling the crowds they should get vaccinated and take their children between 12 and 17, who would be eligible for the jab from next week.
He addressed some common myths by telling women that the vaccine would not affect their fertility and men that it would not affect their manhood.
So far, the president has avoided speaking to journalists or answering questions related to the drama, which saw members of his Cabinet being taken hostage by over 50 military veterans on Thursday night.